Tag: prawns

Sambal Okras

Sambal Okras

How to fry sambal okras without the ‘snot’ kekekekekeke……. Now I am not saying mine is the right way. As I have said before there is no right or wrong in cooking. It is up to individual taste. However this is how I fry my […]

Stir fry rice vermicelli with dried shrimps

Stir fry rice vermicelli with dried shrimps

Stir fry rice vermicelli with dried shrimps. My comfort food. While away for the last 3 weeks this is the dish I wanted to eat most. A simple rice vermicelli stir fry. Woke up early today and could not get back to sleep. So I […]

Kiam Hue Bihun (Salt fish rice vermicelli)

Kiam Hue Bihun (Salt fish rice vermicelli)

Kiam Hue Bihun is a dish i cook a few times a year. The hubby and I both love it. Provided I have ready fried salt fish of course, it is an easy 30 minutes cook and perfect for a quick lunch. I always add […]

Sweetcorn kennels, meat balls and liver soup

Sweetcorn kennels, meat balls and liver soup

Once in a while I have a hankering to boil this soup. It brings me down memory lane when my father would take us to this restaurant in the middle of Pandungan Roak, Kuching, Sarawak. No matter what dishes the parents ordered, there will always […]

Sarawak Laksa

Sarawak Laksa

Sarawak Laksa – a dish I cook a few times a year when I feel the urge and when I really, really miss the taste and when I feel a bit hardworking. I always ended up slurping a big bowl of the broth though. I […]

Chinese Dumpling Soup (Sui Kow) 水餃

Chinese Dumpling Soup (Sui Kow) 水餃

A friend recently is very interested in learning this dish. Maybe because she sees I eat a lot of this. It’s my go to lazy dish. When I am wrapping, I tend to wrap a big batch and bagged them into my freezer. Then when […]

Char Keow Teow (Fried Flat Rice Noodles)

Char Keow Teow (Fried Flat Rice Noodles)

Char Keow Teow or fried flat rice noodles is another of my recipe that I have lost with my old blog. So I am now replacing it. Because I live in the UK and I missed the charcoal taste I am here using a few […]

Mamak style Mee Goreng (Fry Egg Noodles)

Mamak style Mee Goreng (Fry Egg Noodles)

Mamak basically means ‘uncle’ in the Tamil language. Dotted all over Malaysia are Indian stalls selling all sorts of Indian cuisines. Among the most favoured is Mamak mee goreng. It is a spicy, sour and pungent tasty noodle dish that really warms up the belly and […]

Pomelo, Prawn and Cellophane (bean thread) noodles salad – Special

Pomelo, Prawn and Cellophane (bean thread) noodles salad – Special

Pomelo, prawns and cellophane noodles salads is my final decision. A friend gave me a pomelo a couple of weeks ago and I have been wondering what to do with it. I know that some medicines may interact dangerously with pomelos and some pomelo hybrids, […]